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Thread: T-mobile customer support not 24 hour anymore

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    T-mobile customer support not 24 hour anymore

    Did anybody else notice that the T-mobile Phone support is not 24 hours anymore. I just called to ask about my bill and it gave me a message "You reached us after hours, please call us after 6am eastern times".

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    Wrong forum buddy

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    ohh ok I post in the tmobile forum

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    Actually there's already a thread over at the T-mobile forums. Yea, it seems that C.S. is no longer 24 hours

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    They're all falling, yet my bill keeps getting bigger. Cell phones used to be expensive, but technological progress made them dirt cheap. Service on the other hand keeps getting more and more expensive and yet they reduce service levels.

    I pay almost $100 a month for voice + data, and I paid about the same when I was on T-mobile. Years ago I used to pay $500 a month for rent, so this service costs me 1/5 of what that apartment cost me. You can lease a decent car for $150 a month, so this service is like 2/3 of the cost of leasing a car. It's unbelievable what they charge and still have the need to cut costs and service levels. Where's that 3G network BTW?

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